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NI MUX 2575 CH24 closed R>3Ohm

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Hey,

we have a NI MUX2575 where CH24 shows an extra 3 Ohm (or more) when closed.

Is this out of spec? Should I launch a SR (Service Request)?

thx,

Koen.

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As per the spec sheet, anything above 1 ohm is a relay at the end of life.

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Looks like you need to replace the relays to get them upto specifications,

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Relay replacement guide - http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/375472H-01/switch/2575_relay_replacement/

Specifications sheet - https://www.ni.com/pdf/manuals/373870n.pdf

-Santhosh
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Soliton Technologies
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